The TI754410 Can be configured as either four half bridges or two full h-bridges +
Need to be careful with this circuit, not to (accidentally) drive the control lines around 1Vdc... it can blow up the power transistors. For almost the same cost, you can go to the Alegro microchips as the UDN2998W, it is a *dual full bridge* internal protection for current and thermal, and much more, 50V @ 2A. Take a look at:
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